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Friday, April 20, 2018

Schools

MTA Students Volunteer at Tomchei Shabbos

MTA sophomores in Rabbi Kerner’s shiur volunteered at Tomchei Shabbos of Bergen County, packing Shabbos meals for families in Bergen County. Chesed is an integral part of MTA’s programming. Every shiur participates in multiple chesed projects throughout the year and students truly enjoy giving back to

BPY Drama Club Performs ‘Beauty and the Beast’ to Packed Crowds

Students in Ben Porat Yosef’s drama club, in collaboration with Envision Theater, performed the play “Beauty and the Beast” during two performances on Sunday, March 25, at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. The auditorium was filled to capacity, for both performances, with fellow students, family and friends from the community. A

Yeshivat He’Atid Participates in Communal Food Drive

To help internalize the message of including chesed in simchat Yom Tov, Yeshivat He’Atid students and families participated in the Jewish Federation of Northern New Jersey’s Mega Food Drive. In addition to collecting food at school, a number of students attending the packing event on Sunday to get more involved in this

LPS Students Count the Days Until Shavuot

LPS children continued learning the story of how the Jewish people left Egypt and journeyed through the desert until they reached Har Sinai to receive the Torah. They learned that we count sefirat haomer, the days from Pesach to Shavuot. Children began their preparations for Shavuot by practicing their numbers

Ma’ayanot Art Show Opens at Teaneck Library

The Ma’ayanot art department cordially invites the community to an art show: “Overcoming the Holocaust,” a moving depiction of the psychological aftermath of trauma and what it means to move on, creating a positive life for generations to come. Students’ artwork depicting images on the theme of arising up from the darkness

Yeshivat Frisch Seniors Visit Washington, D.C.

Yeshivat Frisch’s entire senior grade visited Washington, D.C. on April 11. There, they met with members of Congress and their staff to discuss the U.S.-Israel relationship. The students also had the opportunity to visit the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.

“The trip was both

Shahar Azani of ‘Stand With Us’ Addresses Yavneh Students

Shahar Azani from Stand With Us, an organization which focuses on education to defend Israel in schools and college campuses, addressed Yavneh Academy seventh graders this past Wednesday. He spoke to launch their next unit in Advisory Class on the importance of standing up for what is right and specifically for Israel. This unit

TABC Welcomes Teaneck Police to Discuss Search and Seizure

Last week at TABC, Barry Ehrlich’s 11th grade law class heard an informative presentation by Officer Rich Factor and Lt. Chris Kurschner of the Teaneck Police Department. The class had been studying a number of fourth amendment issues including search and seizure and arrests and came up with a list of questions that were

Seventh Graders at Tenafly Chabad Academy Study Industrial Revolution

The seventh graders of TCA enhanced their learning and knowledge on the Industrial Revolution by researching an important invention from that time. Each student was assigned an invention to research and present to the class. In their presentation they had to include important facts about the background of the invention, and how the

Seventh Graders at Tenafly Chabad Academy Study Industrial Revolution

The seventh graders of TCA enhanced their learning and knowledge on the Industrial Revolution by researching an important invention from that time. Each student was assigned an invention to research and present to the class. In their presentation they had to include important facts about the background of the invention, and how the

Frisch Math Team Heads to MMATHS Yale Math Competition

Eleven students from Yeshivat Frisch participated in the Math Majors of America Tournament for High Schools (MMATHS) at Yale University on April 15. The competition is an annual event organized by students at Yale, Columbia University, the University of Michigan, the University of Virginia and the University of Florida. In addition

Yeshivat He’Atid Third Graders Present Living Museum

Third graders at Yeshivat He’Atid spent months of hard work researching significant historical figures for their Living Museum project. Students chose a personality that meant something to them personally, and read a biography about their chosen historical figure. Students took formal notes on the biography and